The British Neurovascular Group evolved from informal groupings
of interested clinicians and researchers within the Society of
British Neurological Surgeons.
They initially assembled under the banner of the Spontaneous
Intracerebral Haemorrhage Group and members conceived or
facilitated important British contributions to the care of patients
with neurovascular disease including the STICH trials.
Mr Stuart Ross
Consultant Neurosurgeon, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds
Organising Committee
Mr Edward Jerome St George
Consultant Neurosurgeon, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow
Mr Nigel Suttner
Consultant Neurosurgeon, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital,
Invited Speakers
Jeremiah N. Johnson, MD, Dept. of Neurosurgery, UT Health
Science Centre San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Mr. Mario Teo, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Bristol, UK
The hybrid endovascular neurosurgeon in practice
• Legislative and bureaucratic hurdles to combined endovascular/
neurosurgical training in the UK
• Moyamoya disease
13:10 Prevalence of cerebral vascular abnormalities in spontaneous subarachnoid haemorrhage I Phang
13:20 Is digital subtraction angiography (DSA) necessary in cases of perimesencephalic J Walker
subarachnoid haemorrhage (PMSAH) if CT angiogram (CTA) is negative – A systematic review Page 5
13:30 Associations between outcome and radiological screening practices for delayed cerebral ischaemia M Hollingworth
13:40 The role of semi-quantitative flow analysis with indocyanine green videoangiography in A Ghosh
cerebrovascular surgery
13:50 Risk factors of shunt dependent hydrocephalus in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage – M Blagia
Our experience and literature review
14:00 Guest Lecture J Johnson
The comprehensive (dual-trained) cerebrovascular neurosurgeon. Is one better than two?
15:10 Seminar – Dual training in neurovascular surgery H Patel, J Johnson
15:40 A single centre experience of intra operative angiogram use in arteriovenous malformation excision G Dobson
15:50 Does the availability of a microvascular neurosurgeon impact on the management and outcomes in K Ageymang
patients with an aneurysmal clot?
16:00 Surgical outcomes of very poor grade subarachnoid haemorrhage M Kommer
16:10 Sylvian fissure haematomas – A single unit experience R Chave-Cox
16:20 Cryptogenic subarachnoid haemorrhage – What’s new, MR? C Li
09:00 Guest lecture M Teo
Moyamoya disease – The last frontier for brain bypass surgery
09:30 Moyamoya disease in Denmark – A population based register study P Birkeland
09:40 EC-IC bypass – A single centre experience C Robson
09:50 Neurovascular simulator – A novel training aid A Sheikh
10:00 MSN – 24/7 Scottish coiling service D Seok-Lee
10:30 A neuroradiologist’s perspective on INR training M Puthuran
11:00 Guest lecture J Johnson
Neurovascular training – A United States perspective
11:15 Guest Lecture M Teo
USA neurovascular fellowship – A United Kingdom perspective
11:30 MISTIE III – Update on progress B Gregson
11:40 The SCIL-SAH Phase II study – Results and implications for future trials J Galea
11:50 In-hospital outcomes of aneurysmal SAH in the UK and Ireland H Patel
12:00 Treatment of poor grade subarachnoid haemorrhage trial – TOPSAT 2 – Update on progress B Gregson

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